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Tacoma wedding features many cultures

South Sound couple incorporates many cultures into wedding

WHO: Elaina and Cameron

VENUE: The Pagoda, Point Defiance Park, Metro Parks Tacoma

SEASON: Spring

COLORS: Scarlet and marigold.

DECOR: Asian-influenced design complimented the natural beauty of the pagoda and the blooming cherry trees.

UNIQUE TOUCHES: This ceremony incorporated elements from Scottish, German, Filipino, Scandinavian, Japanese, Chinese, and Spanish cultures!

Music played an important role, with Taiko drums, fiddling, and bagpipes played to communicate the variety of cultures being honored in the ceremony.

Photos by Wallflower Photography

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Published on March 31, 2016.

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